Dan Farthing-Sykes, CEO of Haemophilia Scotland, has pledged to cycle 70 miles during June as part of the Miles for Haemophilia campaign.
Pfizer are behind the campaign and are asking people to challenge themselves to achieve their Personal Best to help change the world for people living with haemophilia in whatever way they can: cycling, swimming, running, dancing or even gardening – any activity that keeps them moving.
There is no need to collect money, all you have to so is decide what you are going to do, upload the details on the Miles for Haemophilia website, and then get out there and get active.
Dan Farthing-Sykes says,
So far I’ve cycled almost 42 miles so I’m confident that I’ll hit my target. I’m a lot slower that Alex Dowsett though! At Haemophilia Scotland we are really keen for people to get involved in this campaign. It is a great way of raising awareness about the need to stay as active as possible with a bleeding disorder. Pfizer have also kindly made a pledge of their own; if enough people take part they will be making a donation to Haemophilia Scotland. So don’t delay, get pledging today.